For a company that has basically been selling smartphone for just over five years, Oppo's meteoric rise has been something to behold. They have gone from an obscure, little-known Chinese electronics manufacturer to China's largest seller of phones and 5th in the entire World. The combination of an excellent product offering and a well-targeted price-point... Continue Reading →
iCare Benefits has been a client of AWS since 2017. Our entire system infrastructure across all operating countries is hosted on Amazon servers and our entire staff uses its cloud to run our business. I am not surprised that they lead the worldwide cloud market. They have a stellar team in South East Asia.
Third-party sellers seem to be overtaking Amazon as the primary provider of physical goods on the Amazon website. It is crucial for Amazon to stop phishing and price-gauging practices by these sellers that could negatively impact the UX of its most loyal customers...
iCare Benefits currently has operations in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and hopefully soon in Myanmar. Through iCare, we have had the chance to meet local Ministers, Secretaries of State and other Government officials who have confidentially discussed their countries potential over-reliance on China. These officials were quick to highlight that the Belt-and-Road initiative is a double-edged... Continue Reading →
With all the on-going discussions in the US with the Medicare-for-All and single payer options proposed by Democrats Sanders, Warren and AOC, the healthcare data in OECD in clear in showing how the US is clearly an outlier in terms of spending. Just off the bat, the US spends almost double on healthcare on a... Continue Reading →
I have not always understood, or even agreed, with Sam Rainsy's actions and inactions in the past when dealing with the CNRP and Cambodia's political class in general. However his recent take on Project Syndicate detailing how Chinese companies are using China's leverage over the Cambodian Government to bypass Trump's tariff is spot-on. It not... Continue Reading →
We know that AI can now distinguish between a dog and a cat with high accuracy but can it differentiate between a real Da Vinci and a fake one? Well it does seems like little by little these Deep Learning tools are being used to solve such problematic topics. Here is the great article in... Continue Reading →
Earlier this month, the Southeast Asia Globe came out with a great investigation on the grey auto market in Cambodia and its effect on traditional, water-level auto importers. The article, to me, showed a glimpse of the larger picture of doing business in Cambodia and the difficulty by foreign companies, like ours, to play by... Continue Reading →